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I'LL BE RIGHT DOWN. TO BEE THE NEW SUIT AND OVER COAT. THANKS FOR CALLING ME UP. SAY I BOUGHT MY BOND OP LIBER TY OLD FELLOW. Geo. II. Frank & Go. ' MaygvUlei Foremost Clothleri Navarre Cafe and Billiard Parlors Cigars, Tobacco, Lunch nd Soft Drinks. Call and spend your leisure hours. C E. MARTIN, Proprietor. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nauman left last night for a visit with friends In Richmond, Va., and other points. Private Howard Rudy came In From Camp Sherman, Ohio, Saturday for a short visit with friends and relatives. . Mr. Arthur Vinson and wife of Rip ley, 0., spent Saturday and Sunday with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Wllkerson, of East Fourth street. CITY MUST SOT SUFFER FROM COAL FAMINE, SAYS WIN CHESTER MAYOR Winchester. Ky., October 27 "If we are confronted by cold weather, as the forecast indicates, before the coal situation In this city Is relieved, and if there Is any amount of suffer: Ing among our people as a result of the coal shortage here, I will seize every car of coal that passes through Winchester, If necessary, from which we will supply ourselves to relieve the suffering," was the declaration to day of Mayor D. T. Matlack, when he was besieged with Inquiries relatives to the coal situation which has be come acute In this city. Today the city awoke without a bushel of coal in the different yards. c::jza unsa- HhMHSS f fir Teutons Itallsns Quit Without Flffhtlnr-nerlln Claims Wkow Italian Front I Shaken By Blow. Amsterdam, Oct 28 The occupa tion of Qorlila this morning by Austro- German forces is announced in an flclal dlapatch from Vienna. The It alians are said to have retired across the Isonzo. Gorilla was captured by the Ital ians on August 9, 1916, at the tlmo of the synoronus offensive of the Allies on the French, Oallclan and Italian fronts. The Italians took abou' 20, 000 prisoners in the city. The cap ture of Gorizla was one of the ruo.-t Important successes of Italy's cam paign against Austria. It Is a town cf 31,000 Inhablttants on the Isonzo half way between the present Austro German front of attack between Tol mlno and the sea! It Is strongly sit uated among the hills of great defen sive value, In which there was heavy fighting before the Italians, reached the city Itself. Gorlzla is '22 miles northeast of Triest, Austria's big sea port at the head of the Adriatic, the capture of which Is one of the prin cipal Italian aspirations In tho war. The battle on the Isonzo evokec5 shouts of trlmph, in the German and Austrian press, particularly the lat ter. According to a dispatch from Vienna, the Fremdenblatt goes on far as to declare that Italy will go the same way as Roumanla, Serbia and Russia,, paying "a terrible price for the guilt of her unscrupulous, treach erous and rapacious statesmen." Tho Neueswlener Tageblatt talks of tho "sudden destruction of the En tente's last hope on the Europepu battlefields." TOBACCO GROWERS SEE CROP OK 1917 AS A WARBRIRE Hopkinsvllle, Ky., October 23 - In lound figures Kentucky's tabs' co crop, which is tho largest grown by any state, this year Is estimated at something like 450,000,000 pounus, and the farmers are expected to receive something like $100,000,000 for it. If this is realized, It moans prices fully three times us high as they were a few years ago. Last year prices weie twice what they ordinarily are, and the crop brought $60,000,000 to ?6S, 000,000. Mr. Stanley F. Reed and Mrs. George Longnecker will speak in the interpHt of food conservation at Sprlngdale this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Mr. Reed and Mrs. Mary Wilson will speak at Washington this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Hon. Stanley F. Reed addressed a large audience a: the Christian Church Sunday night on "The Great War, Its Cause and Our Duty." His address was one of the best heard here for some time. Army Surrenders Without Flghtln? Rome, October 28 (BritlBh Admir alty tier Wireless Press) Units of the Italian second army surrendered or retreated without fighting permitting the AuBtro-German forces to break the Italian left wing on the Julian front and Invade Italy, says todays official report. The Italians now are tetreating In accordance with Ihf nlaa creoared. "The failure to resist on the part of some tint's forming our second armv. which In cowardice retired without fighting or surrendering to the enemy, allowed the Austro-Ger- man forces to break out left wing on the Julian front. The valiant efforts cf other troops did not enable them to nrevent the enemy from advancing into the plan prepared. All stores and depots In the evacuated places were destroyed. "The record of many memorable Uttles fought with success by our brave soldiers during two and one half years of war Is sufficient to as sure the commandor-ln-chlef of the army to which the honor nnl safety of the country are ctnfinded will know how to fulfill Its duty." Butter fat 47 cents i pound at the MayBvllle Model Creamery this week. THOMAS M. RUSSELL for Mayor. Capture ot 100,000 Is Clnlmed Berlin, Via London, October 28 The cauture of 100,000 Italians and more than 700 guns is reported in the official communication from general headquarters tonight, which declares that the Italian second anu tnira armies are In retreat. In the Mason County Court Satur day R. M. Lindsay was appointed guardian of George L. Alexander with R. M. Lindsay, Jr., as surety on bond. THOMAS M. RUSSELL for Mayor. MAYSYILLE PRODUCE MARKET a Ma mnrnlnff'B HUOtA- IruuuwiuB t v w - Hons on country produce telephoned us at 9 o'clock By ine js. i muc" ter Produce Company: Eggs (loss on) aac Hens Rosters i0 Springers ... ' Turkeys c Ducks J Geese Butter -' 80c FhwtoLi.tATlvil Louisville, Ky.,-October 28, 1917. To the Organized Women of Ken- tucky: Whereas:' The United States Food Administration has' determined that It Is necessary to Inaugurate a con certed movement of the households of the nation In a patriotic effort to con serve our foods and Insure a suffic ient supply for provisioning oursel ves, our Allies and the armies at the front. And Whereas: It has designated the week of October 28th to Novem ber 4th a time during which a house-to-house solicitation for membership in tho Food Administration shall be undertaken by patriotic women of the State. Now therefore: Eaeh one of us as a member of the Executive Commit tee cooperating with the Federal Ad ministrator in charge of the campaign Jo request the members of our sev eral organizations to lend aid and as sistance to the workers in each coun ty of Kentucky to the end that with our help there may be registered as supporters of the Food Administra tion Department of our Government .he largest possible number of housekeepers of Kentucky, thereby issurlng elimination of waste In our lomes and a substantial Increase In ur food supplies either through ln- elligent substitution or wise -conser vation. It is tho patriotic duty of every wo- nan handling food In her home to heed this call and pledge her aid to the National Government In this emergency. Mary McDowell Lowndes (Mrs Richard Tasker, Jr.) President Fed eration of Woman's ClubB; Vice Chairman Woman's Council of Na tional Defense. Miss Anna Blanche McGIll, Ken tucky Representative International Federation of Catholic Alumnae Mrs. William M. Charlton, Presi dent of the Kentucky Synodical of the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. James B. Camp. President United Daughters of the Confederacy. Mrs. Francis E. Beauchamp, Presl dent W. C. T. U. Miss Belle H.' Bennett, President Woman's Missionary Council Meth odist Episcopal Church, South. Christine Bradley South, President Kentucky Equal Rights Association. Mrs. E. S. Porter, President Presby terian Synodical Society U. S. A. Mrs. J. M. Munday, Grand Worthy Counsellor of Court of Colanthe of Kentucky. Mrs. Herbert C Ottbhelmer, Presi dent Council Jewish Women. Mrs. C. Malcolm Bullitt. Chairman Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Charles D. Pearce, Prestdent King's Daughters. Mrs. Ell Brown, Regent D. A. R. Mrs. Mary J. Liecks, Worthy Grand Matron of the Order of Eastern Star. Attest: Mrs. Helm Bruce, Chair man Woman's Committee Council of National Defense; Fred H. Sackett, Pfirteral Food Administration for Kentucky. Valuables WE HAVE FOR THE ADVANTAGE OF OUR PATRONS A MODERN FIRE PROOF VAULT. WE WILL TAKE CARE OF YOUR LIBERTY BONDS FREE OF CHARGE. IF YOU PREFER TO RENT A PRIVATE SAFE DEPOSIT BOX FOR THE KEEPING OF THEM AND OTHER VALUABLE PAPERS WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS AT A RENTAL OF LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY. WHY TAKE RISKS. : .: : : : : : : BANK OF MAYSVILLE ESTABLISHED 1835. MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS SOM) . In obedience to Judgment and ordei ol sale in the suit of the H. E. Pogue Distillery Company, of this city, cpalnst tho Phoenix Distillery Com pany, of St. Louis, Mo., Master Com- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All Items under this head Vt cent a word. Minimum charge 10 cents. FOR RENT misBloner A. G. Sulser sold certifi cates for eight hundred barrels of whiskey at tho Courthouse door Sat urday. Most of the whiskey was pur chased by the Pogue Distillery Com pany. Butter fat 47 cents a pound at the MayBvllle Model Creamery this week. FOR RENT Desirable flat of 4 rooms and hath. All modern con veniences for husekeepiing. Apply 209 West Second street. 29-6t FOR RENT House ot 6 rooms, No. 139 W. Second street, gas for nest ing and lighting. Apply 210 W. Third street 24-lw FOR SALE FOR SALE OR TRADE Grovery for farm. Doing a cash business of $400 puer week. Books will show each day's cash sale. Good loca tion nice clean stock. Want to move out of town. Address Ledger office. 29-2W Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL J- PPUCATIONB, a they cannot reach the sett of the disease. Catarrh Is a local -. eu.se, greatly In fluenced by constitutional conditions, and In order to cure It :''J must take an Internal remedy. Ha. , Catarrh Medi cine la lakn Internally and acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of th'j system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was firescribed by one of the best physicians n this country for years. It is com posed of some ot the best tonics known, combined with some of the best blood purifiers. The perfect combination of the Ingredients tn Hull's Catarrh Medi cine is what produces such wonderful results in catarrhal conditions. Send (or testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. All Druggists, "tic. Hall's Family fills for constipation. IRE YOU TROUBLED WITH EYE STRAIN ? It so a visit to our office will be a great benefit to you. We will advise you just what to do, and If you dont need glasses we will gladly tell you so. Sr. B. lahn of Cincinnati on Mondays. Dr. Gssrje Bevine Every Day. Optometrists and Optlolons, O'Keefe Building. IIS.T BICYCLES REDUCED ! I! 1 ... IJ --JI... f ...-ft II II H II FOR SALE Two horses, harness and road wagon. Reason for selling poor health. Apply to R. B. Chafln. Phone 212-R. 29-lwk FOR SALE A few strictly big Bone Type Male Poland China Hogs. Ap ply to C. M. DEVORE, Dover. 29-2w COME in and let us show you our White Rotary Hewing aiacnine, ou navments. White Sewing MnMilna On.. 121 Market street. 6t COL1URX WETS SVIFF FINE Robert Cclburn. ut near Orange burg, was tried in Squire Fre-1 W Bauer's court Saturday afternoon on a charge of selling or offering for sale flesh of an animal which died other than by slaughter. After hear lne all the evidence a Jury dertded that Colburn was guiKy and fixed bis fine at 150 and costs $86 In all. Col burn was tried several weeks ago In the same court and the case resulted tn a hnng Jury. It Is probablo that rhe case will be appealed. WANTED Young man of experience to work in New York Store. 'Apply to 8 Straus, Proprietor. THOMAS M, BUSSEIL for Mayor. LOST LOST Between Fourth and Lime stone bridge, a child's green silk bag. Please return to Helen De vine. 29-tf PASTIME -TODAY- Ruth Stonehouse and Roy Stewart IS ii LOST A while scarf somewhere be tween the home of Mr. Charles Bur gess at Tuckahoe and this city. Find er will receive reward It returned to this office. 21-tf One Car Load of Good Flour JUST RECEIVED Follou the Girl" Butterfly 5 Act Feature, a Great Picture Admission Sc and 10c Getting Ready for Winter Tho winter goods are ht;ro and you need them and will savo by buying early, as all kinds of Dry Goods are advancing, but our fortunate early purchases has made it possible to sell you your goods with only a slight advance. Lovely Silks, Woolens, Stripes, Fluids, Novelties, Cloak- ings, Kimona, Bath Room Robes, Ginghams, etc., in great var I iety. I Hosiery, Underwear, Blankets, etc. I Our line of Trimmings is very large, Tassels, Beads, Orna- j ments, Ribbons, Barretts, Gloves, etc. Standard Fashions for November. i Robert L. Hnaflicli 211 and 213 Market Street Chiropractic Adjustments Restore Health Quickly and Permanently la .thai r.htrnDrs.ctor'8 onlT aid adjustments release the pres sure from the nerves and make the way free for Nature to do her part la sending mental Impulses through them to make and Keep tne ooay wen. GEOEGE P. LAMBEBT Chiropractor 204-6 O'Keefe Building, rhone 678-B Office Hoars 8 to 12 A. M. Wi have two Bicycles ie stock wtilcb most be sold, regardless of cost noil niksa . II II II ! 28-in. Frame, Was $30, How $25; 18-in. Frame, Was $27.50, Now $22.50 j J DUIH OUflHUiecu. Ml Bicycles Reduoed 10 U 20 Per Cent Come Quick. II II II ii II ii ii II II ii II ii tf THE TO .V B DECT H . ii ii ii ii DE NUZiE i II II II II 225 MARKET ST., MAYSVILLE, KY. The Ponular Bookstore Si II '" m- r u &isiaiiissaaasasiaaza Mr. B. F. Hlghfleld and wife are sorrowing over the death of their in fant daughter, which was born last Tuesday and died on the same day. Hon. W. D. Cochran of this city gave a patriotic address before a laige audience in the Mayslick school building yesterday afternoon. Eaasssasssaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacaaassaaaaaa ii ii ii ii ii ii BUY A LIBERTY BOND ! Now is the time to PAINT YOUR ROOF. Use Valdura, 99,5 Pure Asphalt Paint. GUARANTEED II II PAINT rjnn nTa1 RT1BH ll 'TggaBgaasaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaa-J The Price is Right COME IN AND SEE US. W. I. NAUMAN & BRO. "HOME OF GOOD EATS" 117-111 W. Soconi St. none 819. IltffMtlTSlStrMthll nnaturei aiscnirgaii MIDI Ml. BOO- pOIWDOU Md will not sirletars. HaMmtmIii 1 ta&asTI. Psrwl Post if Sslr4-Prtesll, or S hottlss 8.7S. THE EVANS CMMIICaCWm CINCINNATI, Ot 4ws--iM3 ? MOT A DCMinncD JUOI H llLhlllUI.II It's Overcoat Time! ' . AND OURS IS THE OVERCOAT STORE- WE SAY THAT BECAUSE OUR FRIENDS TELL US WE'RE LEADING IN STYLES, VALUE, SERVICE. -HART; SCHAFFEUR tt MARX OVER ( COATS ARE HELPING US DO IT. COME IN AND WE'LL SlfOW YOU THE ALL WOOL FABRICS, HIGH QUALITY AND : FIT. SQUIRES - BRADY GO. SECOXO AND MARKET STREETS. rwv mampsVs" "VV" "v F f Ol II 1! AKIUOI MUM S) FARMS I ; The Garden Spot of the Earth THE A. P. GOODING FARM SOJf OWNED BY 8. P. ROGERS. THIS imv tnriTvn PifiMT I THE TENTER OF THE "GARDEN SPOT mi hits nil M irRF.S. 0E MILE FROM MAI SLICK, KY. ON THE LEXI5GTQN PIIE, HAS SPLENDID BRICK HOUSE, LARGE iMiirpA DIM ivn OTHER RITII.TilXGH. MB, ROGERS BOUGHT THIS FARM LAST SPRING EXPECTING TO HOYE ON IT BUT HAS LOST HIS HEALTH ASll 19 BM'ilUJU THE FARMING BUSINESS. BEYOND QUESTION THIS IS THE BEST FARM IN MASON COUNTY FOB SALE TOBAY. THE PRICE IS BIGHT. BE QUICK IF YOU WANT IT. ' OTHER GOOD FARMS ON MY 1 1ST C. F. LOID'S FARM OF 4i ACRES ON GOOD PIKE I MILES F ROM -MAYSYILLE. JOHN lALB'S FARM OF 1M ACRES ON GOOD PIKE 8M MILES FROM MAYSYILLE. CABLISH BROTHERS' FARM OU 25S ACRES ON GOOD PIKE ONE Mill? Tvn VfKVRVl. MRS. ADAIR'S FARM OF SO ACRES ON LEXINGTON PIKE ONE MILE FROM MAYSYILLE. i . ', . BROOKING FARM OF SO ACRES AT LEWI8BIRK. MANY OTHERS. , SHERMAN WILL SELL IHK EARTH." x ill . is i i , i . , i. ...i .,, ! .,..!,: ,f.l Oj O-KEEFI BUILblNft MAYSYILLE. KY. I m i r . j FULL LINE OF SPINET DESKS, LIBRARY SUITES, LIBRARY TABLES, TABLES FOR THE BEDROOM, BOUDOIR, PARLOR, HALL AND DEN, DAVEN PORT TABLES, SOFA .END TABLES, CONSOLE TABLES AND MDXRORS, SEW ING TABLES, TELEPHONE SETS, PEDESTALS, TABOWIETTES AND STANDS IN ALL THE PREVAILING PERIODS. BRISBDIS "FURNITURE STORE JOHN BR1SB0IS MAYSVILLE, KY. bath facf Ion Vnmrantted Miy f iebfoni in "Bishop's Carriage .1.5 , i M ...is : irrrir f T ri r ..-3, . i. - UHLi L...U 1-v ..A ' .